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Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy

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Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy
Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy.png
Address
Stoke Road

, ,
SL2 5AY

England
Information
TypeFree school
Established2014
Department for Education URN146820 Tables
OfstedReports
HeadteacherChris Thomas
GenderCoeducational
Age11 to 16
Websitehttp://www.lhea.org.uk/

Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy (LHEA) is a secondary school with academy status which opened in September 2014. The school is located in Slough, in the English county of Berkshire. The school is non-selective and has an intake of 180 students per year at key stages 3 and 4.

The curriculum and learning opportunities at LHEA allow students to combine academic and vocational learning in purpose-built facilities.

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History

On 13 July 2012, Lynch Hill School Primary Academy bid to open a new enterprise academy free school, to extend their education provision into Key Stage 3 and 4. It was one of the 102 successful free school bids announced by the coalition Government. The new Academy officially opened in September 2014, with the primary academy as a sponsor.

Both schools formed the basis of a multi-academy trust: The Learning Alliance Academy Trust. In 2019, the Learning Alliance Academy Trust became part of the Slough and East Berkshire Church of England Multi-Academy Trust (SEBMAT).

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